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post #1 of 4
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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could assist with regards to some RAID woes I've been having since I moved my RAID1 Array over to this board.

I am running BIOS 1002 and I've selected the SATA Mode to 'RAID'. I then restart and instead of the RAID Controller detecting my array properly (2x 2TB drives in RADI1) it detects each drive separately as being in it's own array without any name.

It detects them as:

1, Legacy 2.0TB
2, Legacy 2.0TB

It also says *BIOS Defaults Restored* above this...Not sure what that's meant to mean with regards to the above.

etc

I've moved this from a Gigabyte G1 Gaming, 990FX board which it was working fine with. I'm not entirely sure if I'm doing some daft here but I've moved the SATA connectors around on the board and in different orders to no avail.

At the moment I've set the controller to AHCI and it's booting Windows 10 off the first drive in the array but I'm worried now that when this finally get's fixed if it's going to sync correctly to the 2nd disk.

Has anyone had any of these issues? Is this a bug do you think? I've tested by moving the array back to my other AMD board and it see's it fine.

Any help would be appreciated.
post #2 of 4
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by unixm View Post

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could assist with regards to some RAID woes I've been having since I moved my RAID1 Array over to this board.

I am running BIOS 1002 and I've selected the SATA Mode to 'RAID'. I then restart and instead of the RAID Controller detecting my array properly (2x 2TB drives in RADI1) it detects each drive separately as being in it's own array without any name.

It detects them as:

1, Legacy 2.0TB
2, Legacy 2.0TB

It also says *BIOS Defaults Restored* above this...Not sure what that's meant to mean with regards to the above.

etc

I've moved this from a Gigabyte G1 Gaming, 990FX board which it was working fine with. I'm not entirely sure if I'm doing some daft here but I've moved the SATA connectors around on the board and in different orders to no avail.

At the moment I've set the controller to AHCI and it's booting Windows 10 off the first drive in the array but I'm worried now that when this finally get's fixed if it's going to sync correctly to the 2nd disk.

Has anyone had any of these issues? Is this a bug do you think? I've tested by moving the array back to my other AMD board and it see's it fine.

Any help would be appreciated.

Anything @RAJA@ASUS @elmor could assist with ?
post #3 of 4
Hi
try the following workaround.
Do a backup of your data to an external storage.
Then set Raid in the Bios.
Reboot the machine.
Go in the raid controller menu.
Select both disks and delete them with the raid controller sw.
The select both disks and initialize them with the raid controller.
Last step create a new raid 1.
Now you have a new raid 1 recocnized by the raid controller.

Sent from my LG-H815 using Tapatalk
post #4 of 4
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Originally Posted by carlosdivega View Post

Hi
try the following workaround.
Do a backup of your data to an external storage.
Then set Raid in the Bios.
Reboot the machine.
Go in the raid controller menu.
Select both disks and delete them with the raid controller sw.
The select both disks and initialize them with the raid controller.
Last step create a new raid 1.
Now you have a new raid 1 recocnized by the raid controller.

Sent from my LG-H815 using Tapatalk

Thanks for the reply. I think your right there. I made a support ticket with ASUS who suggested moving the array from a different controller or chipset may/may no work.

So I guess I will be flattening the system and re-creating the array on this board.

Thanks for the assistance smile.gif
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